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October 28, 2020

Year of Engagement Social Media Challenge Winners

Participants whose tweets received the most likes received a daily prize of Pitt swag equivalent to a cash value of over $100. These daily winners were given the option to donate their winnings to...

September 1, 2020

The Making of the Year of Engagement

It’s officially the Year of Engagement at the University of Pittsburgh. For Pitt seniors Cedric Humphrey and Kathryn Fleisher, the theme year has been a long time coming—and an effort they’ve built from the ground up.

August 31, 2020

Social media challenge kicks off Year of Engagement

The 14-day challenge will take place from Sept. 1 to 14 and entails a social media campaign meant to promote the multiple ways the Pitt community can engage with local and international communities.

August 19, 2020

Diversity Forum 2020, Advancing Social Justice: A Call to Action serves as the kick-off to the Year of Engagement.

The University of Pittsburgh’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion hosted Diversity Forum 2020, Advancing Social Justice: A Call to Action from July 28-30, which served as the kick-off to the Year of Engagement.

August 19, 2020

‘A pivotal year’: Preparations underway for the Year of Engagement

Whether Pitt students choose to learn from home or on campus this fall, Kathy Humphrey said everyone can help the University “engage” with the broader Pittsburgh community.

April 28, 2020

2020-2021 Will Be the Year of Engagement

The Office of the Provost has announced that the next academic year's theme will focus on engagement.

April 17, 2020

Engagement chosen for 2020-21 ‘Year of’ theme

Get ready to get involved in the Year of Engagement. Provost Ann Cudd announced the theme for the 2020-21 “Year of” program this week. The current Year of Creativity is continuing virtually using some very creative approaches.

April 14, 2020

Announcement from Provost Cudd

I am delighted to announce that 2020-21 will be the Year of Engagement at the University of Pittsburgh. Engagement with each other—whether civic, community, or campus—allows us to create new possibilities for humanity, for fellowship, and for innovation and discovery.